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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

YOBO: Mission Roast Covers "Freelancers" and Coffee Snobs

Posted By on Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 9:01 AM

They talk fair trade, but secretly love a good latte. - YOUTUBE/941SOCIALCLUB
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  • They talk fair trade, but secretly love a good latte.

From the party people behind the Marina Roast, 941 Social Club is out with their next target: the Mission District.

The Barbie hipsters arrive via bicycle, are all about YOBO (you only bike once), and of course hit the typical spots: a coffee shop that does pour overs, Dolores Park, and Bi-Rite Creamery.

The Barbies get high in Dolores Park, and then get some ice cream to tame their munchies and talk about all their freelance gigs. Freelance plant sitter may be our favorite.

And someone just couldn't resist the lure of a hipster Barbie and stole one during filming. We wonder if she's been turned into a pipe and is still chilling in Dolores Park; if that's the case, there's a good chance she's still hanging out by the tennis courts.

Check it out below:

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